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HEAT-N-STRIP™ Infrared Paint Remover

  • The HEAT-N-STRIP™ is an infrared heater that is used to strip paint and varnish from doors, windows, frames, columns, architectural woodwork, furniture, soffits, corner boards, fascia boards, hardwood floors, clapboards, shingles, window glazing, metal surfaces, etc....
  • Just place the HEAT-N-STRIP™on the surface to be stripped for 20-60 seconds and then scrape the softened paint from the surface with a carbide scraper.
  • The HEAT-N-STRIP™ only heats the paint to approximately 400 degrees Fahrenheit making it safe for lead paint removal.
  • Standard heat guns heat the paint to over 1000 degrees Fahrenheit which creates dangerous fumes and a fire hazard.
  • Use the unique hands-free retaining pins to hold the HEAT-N-STRIP™ on vertical surfaces eliminating the need for expensive arms and accessories.
  • The heating elements last up to 5000 hours and are very easy to replace.
  • The heating elements are made out of glass and may break if you drop the HEAT-N-STRIP™. We recommend that you purchase an extra set of heating elements to have on hand.
  • The HEAT-N-STRIP™ is Environmentally Safe and meets EPA guidelines for lead paint removal.
  • Built-in Thermal Circuit Breaker protects against overheating.
  • Heating area is 13” x 5”

Specifications:
Weight: 4.25 lbs.
Power: 15 Amps, 120 Volts
Infrared Heating Element Life: 5000 hours

Click this link to view the Heat-n-Strip Instructions: Heat-n-Strip Instructions.doc

HEAT-N-STRIP™ Infrared Heater

 

 

HEAT-N-STRIP™ used to strip lead paint from a solid wood door

Important shipping info: Ground shipping charges will be applied in your shopping cart. Orders are shipped within 1 business day. If you need your order shipped Next Day Air, Second Day Air or 3 Day Select, You need to call us and place your order over the phone.

Meets EPA guidelines for lead paint removal. Warning: Always follow EPA guidelines when stripping lead paint and NEVER use any of our products on asbestos. Click this link to visit the EPA website: http://www2.epa.gov/lead/renovation-repair-and-painting-program

 

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